Collage & Cabernet

Take an immersive journey into the dynamic world of collage. This mixed-media workshop is taught by artist Tay Butler, whose work is featured in Multiplicity: Blackness in Contemporary American Collage

Craft your own unique visual narrative through textures and layers. Drinks and materials are provided.


  • $75 per person
  • MFAH members: Buy one, get one free (price is adjusted after you sign in)

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About the Artist
Tay Butler is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Houston. Using past and present images to create a historically layered body of work, Butler reorients cultural material from the ever-growing Black experience. His solo exhibitions include RE.Migrant I & II at Project Row Houses and We Are Still Searching at the Louise J. Moran Fine Arts Courtyard in Houston. His work has been featured in group exhibitions at ArtPace, San Antonio and the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, among other institutions. Butler currently teaches at San Jacinto College.

The Glassell School of Art receives generous funding from the Glassell Family; The Skiles Foundation; Leslie and Brad Bucher; Mr. and Mrs. John S. Orton; Powell Foundation; Sue and Rusty Burnett; Ellen and David Berman; JBD Foundation; Wells Fargo Foundation; and additional generous donors.

Multiplicity: Blackness in Contemporary American Collage” was organized by the Frist Art Museum, Nashville, Tennessee.

Support for the national exhibition tour is provided by generous grants from the Henry Luce Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Generous support is provided by:
Bettie Cartwright
Texas Capital
Jereann and Holland Chaney

JBD Foundation
Lisa and Barron Wallace
 W. Dale
DIR Inc./Drs. Russell H. and Rosalind C. Jackson
Jay Jones and Terry Wayne Jones
Merinda Watkins-Martin and Reginald Martin
Ann and Alton McDowell


Glassell School of Art
5101 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006
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